At Jurassic Park, we take the safety of our visitors and employees very seriously. While we have taken every measure to ensure that our enclosures are secure, in the unlikely event that a Velociraptor were to escape, we want you to be prepared and know what to do. Please read the following instructions carefully:
Stay calm and alert I
f you hear a Velociraptor's distinctive calls or see it in the vicinity, do not panic. Stay calm and alert to your surroundings. Keep an eye out for park staff or emergency personnel who will be on high alert in the event of an escape.
Seek shelter If you are near a building or vehicle, seek shelter immediately.
The Velociraptor's vision is based on movement, so if you remain still and quiet, it may not see you. If you cannot find shelter, stay low to the ground and hide behind a tree or other large object.
Do not approach or engage Velociraptors are highly intelligent and dangerous animals.
Do not attempt to approach or engage with the escaped animal. It is important to keep a safe distance and wait for park staff or emergency personnel to handle the situation.
Call for help If you have a cell phone or other communication device, call the park's emergency hotline at [insert phone number here].
Provide your location and any information you have about the Velociraptor's whereabouts.
Follow instructions from park staff
If park staff or emergency personnel are present, follow their instructions carefully. They are trained to handle this type of situation and will direct you to safety.
Remember, the safety of our visitors and employees is our top priority. We have taken every precaution to ensure that our enclosures are secure, but in the event of an escape, we ask for your cooperation and adherence to these guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact park staff or visit the information desk for assistance.
Thank you for visiting Jurassic Park, and we hope you have a safe and enjoyable experience.